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ASADA e-Learning – Get Educated

ASADA e-Learning is a new free and easy to use online Education tool developed by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA). This online Education tool will make it easier for the Australian Motorcycling community to "Get Educated" on anti-doping.

What is ASADA e-Learning?

ASADA e-Learning is a free and easy to use online education tool developed by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA).

The core six 20-minute modules, called Pure Performance Online, provides you with the opportunity to learn about the key areas of Anti-Doping. It covers topics such as prohibited substances and methods, therapeutic use exemptions, doping control and whereabouts.

A further 15-minute module will soon be available for those who want to be a Pure Performance Supporter. A supporter will be provided with information and resources to champion Anti-Doping messages in their sporting community.

For those who already have experience in facilitation, training or in education they will soon be able to complete ASADA’s Pure Performance Facilitator module. A facilitator will be provided with information and resources to run Anti-Doping education sessions within their community.

To become a Pure Performance Supporter, or Facilitator you need to complete the six 20-minute Pure Performance Online modules and then request the additional modules through ASADA e-Learning.


How do I "Get Educated"?

ASADA's Pure Performance Online Interactive Program, includes:

  • Self-Registration into the program via ASADA e-learning portal and then commence Program.
  • ASADA will maintain accurate up to date records of the names of who completes the Program.
  • Online Program to be completed annually starting 2011 and biannually with a Fast-Track refresher.

Anyone can get started by visiting http://www.asada.gov.au/

Find out more:

Download MA’s Anti-Doping Policy

Download ASADA e-Learning Fact Sheet
Download ASADA Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) Application Form

Download MA's Anti-Match Fixing policy

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